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A Grande Fome: Contos (1932-1959) by John Fante

By John Fante

This is a Portuguese translation of "The great Hunger".

Livro inédito no Brasil do autor de Pergunte ao pó
Essas pérolas não publicadas foram descobertas pelo biógrafo do autor John Fante. São histórias divertidas, muitas sobre a infância de Fante, reunidas em um exemplar que inaugura o novo projeto gráfico da obra dele. Textos exemplares do estilo único e brilhante de John Fante, que vão agradar aos fãs do autor.

Nesta antologia inédita, John Fante, epítome da geração de autores imersos na contracultura norte-americana, desfila seus personagens costumeiros: imigrantes, escritores miseráveis, crianças travessas e incógnitos (extra)ordinários. Uma seleção póstuma, composta de tesouros literários da period pré-beatniks, que dá voz uma última vez aos pequenos, vagabundos e expatriados que habitam a obra de Fante.

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Terror in his eyes as he takes a deep breath. “Hershel AI, this Marquand, Huygens Base. Emergency comlink override. Open PADSS gateway, transmission to lunar farside, code ... oh, fuck, what is it? ” The thumping recommences, louder now. Marquand glances away again, then back to the camera. “Huygens Base under attack by hostile ... no, I mean ... alien presence ... ” The thumping drowns out his words for a moment. Marquand pushes back his chair, stands up, hefts the metal bar. Eyes shift toward some source behind him.

Attempts were made to signal to the suspected starship, but if they were received or understood, there was no indication; the vessel simply vanished as if it had fallen into a hole. Intelligent life existed elsewhere in the galaxy—that question had finally been laid to rest, at least—yet it didn't seem to be very interested in humankind. “No,” he says truthfully, shaking his head. “No one has spotted an alien ship entering the system, let alone in 63 Allen Steele: Short Stories, Volume 1 by Allen Steele proximity of Titan.

I'm still learning, but personal pronouns are no longer foreign to me, and it's no longer necessary to refer to all events in the present tense. To those of you who have patiently suffered through my broken English during this chronicle, I sincerely apologize. This was an attempt to portray the person I once was, before Sylvie came into my life. We used the money earned during the Boston tests for a trip to Mexico City, where Sylvie got see her brother for the first time in two years. Six months later, we flew to Nepal and made a trek through the Annapurna region, where I showed her a sunrise over the Himalayas.

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